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**Question:**Translate the English phrases into algebraic expressions 1. The difference on a number and five 2. One quarter of the population p 3. 25 less than the quotient of w and 5 4. The absolute value of the difference y and 2

**Answers:**number-5 p/4 (w/5) - 25 |y-2| The wording of some of these questions is ambiguous. The author of you homework problems is a retard. Math is fun. These questions are terribly written and the author deserves a punch in the face.

**Question:**Question 1-Evaluate the following expression using the given values. Find x - 3y if x = 3 and y = -2. A. -9 B. -3 C. 3 D. 9 Question 2-Choose the best definition for the following phrase: like terms A.A letter that holds the place for some unknown value in mathematics. B.A process where you must look for terms that have identical variable parts and then combine their coefficients. C.A process where if two things are equal, one can be put in the place of the other and nothing will change. D.Terms that have identical variable parts. Question 3-Simplify the following expression. 2x - 2y + 5z - 2x - y + 3z A.x - 3y + 8z B.2x - 2y + 8z C.3y + 8z D.-3y + 8z Question 4 Part 1: Write an expression for the following real-world situation. Katie is moving to a new house. Small boxes hold 15 pounds each and medium boxes hold 25 pounds each. Write an expression for the total weight in the moving van if Katie uses "s" small boxes and "m" medium boxes. Part 2: Write a real-world situation of your own and a VARIABLE expression to go with it.

**Answers:**x - 3y if x = 3 and y = -2. 3-3(-2)=3+6 =9 answer D Question 2-Choose the best definition for the following phrase: like terms answer C.A process where if two things are equal, one can be put in the place of the other and nothing will change. 2x - 2y + 5z - 2x - y + 3z=(2x-2x) +(-2y-y)+(5z+3z) =-3y+8z answer D Katie is moving to a new house. Small boxes hold 15 pounds each and medium boxes hold 25 pounds each. Write an expression for the total weight in the moving van if Katie uses "s" small boxes and "m" medium boxes. s=Small boxes m=medium boxes T= total weight in pounds T=15s+25m

**Question:**could someone please help me out i'm not to great at math and i probably got most of the questions wrong...okay i did this test the best a i could just need a little help with correcting if someone could correct my answers and tell me how to do the ones i missed that would be super helpful thanks oh ya any help at all would be great my answers look like this <===== 1: Find the total of the following amounts of money. $278.16, $964.78, $368.56, $577.45, $683.42, $849.76 $3144.68 $3,722.13 <===== $4,102.43 $3,907.73 2: 9.766/ 0.062, to the nearest tenth, = 143.6 211.7 157.5 <===== 174.6 3: Change 7/11 to a decimal correct to the nearest thousandth. 0.717 0.636 <===== 0.697 0.709 4: A roast weighed 5 5/8 pounds before cooking, and 4 13/16 pounds after cooking. What was the loss in weight? 13 oz. 15/16 lb. <===== 3/4 lb. 11 oz. 5: A population of a city is reported as 28,567. What is the population to the nearest hundred? 29,000 28,500 28,000 28,600 <===== 6: Find the circumference of a circular table top 56.0 inches in diameter. Use pi = 3.14. 154 in. 176 in. 167 in. <===== 182 in. 7: What is the area of the tablecloth that just covers the table in Exercise 6? Give the answer to the nearest square inch. 2,311 sq. in 2,005 sq. in <===== 2,462 sq. in 2,604 sq. in 8: The girls in a class are making towels to sell. There are 14 girls. Each towel uses 45 inches of material. Each girl is to make 6 towels. A bolt of toweling material contains 13 yards. What is the cost at 55 1/2 cents a yard? $76.35 $55.78 $58.28 <===== $60.11 9: How would you express the whole of a quantity in percent? 500% 1% 100% <===== .5% 10: 3/8, as a percent, = 21.5% 25.0% 37.5% <===== 16.7% 11: A senior high school class has 150 students. 24% of them are planning to enter college. How many students are planning to enter college? 36 <===== 24 32 41 12: Nancy said that 40% of their school's quota of Red Cross subscriptions were collected. These subscriptions numbered 72. How many subscriptions were there in the quota for their school? 145 160 172 180 <===== 13: A house cost $14,500 to build. The architect's fee was $1160. Based on the cost, what percent was this fee? 11% 8% <===== 14% 17.5% 14: A team played 40 games and won 22. It won 8 of the next 10 games played. What was its standing for all 50 games? 45% 55% 60% <===== 65% 15: The morning school session began at 9 A.M. and ended at 11 :45 A.M. The afternoon session began at 1:00 P.M. and ended at 3:15 P.M. The length of the morning session is what percent of the school day? (Don't allocate any time for lunch! The day is 5 hours long) 50% <===== 55% 45% 60% 16: The increase in the price of an automobile was $120, which was 5% of the old price. What was the old price of the automobile? $1800 $2050 $2200 $2400 <===== 17: Find two fifths of one percent of 200. 0.8 0.65 1.3 <===== 1.1 18: Find 320% of $50. $155 $165 $160 <===== $167.5 19: Which is the better record in spelling, 37 correct out of 55, or 71 correct out of 100? 37 out of 55 71 out of 100 <===== Both Neither 20: What is the quota when 160% of it is $440? $275 <===== $255 $290 $305 21: In washing, a cloth that was 196 inches long shrank 1/2 of an inch. What percent of decrease was this? 4% 2% <===== .26% 1/2% 22: The population of the United States, to the nearest million, was, in 1850, 23,000,000; in 1900, 76,000,000; and in 1950, 151,000,000. Find the percent of increase from 1850 to 1950. 489% 556.5% <===== 576% 534.75% 23: An automobile cost $2500. The first year it decreased 20% of its value. The second year it decreased 15% of its value at the end of the first year. What was its value at the end of the second year? $1550 $1700 <===== $1800 $1875 24: One man sold for $17,000 a house that cost $15,000; Another man sold for $31,000 a house that cost $28,000. Which man made the greater percent of gain? The first man The second man <===== Both Neither 25: 24 7/16 - 7 7/12 = 14 3/5 18 35/48 19 7/24 16 41/48 <===== 26: 3 3/7 x 21 2/3 = 81 1/9 74 2/7 <===== 70 1/5 77 5/7 27: 1 7/8 / 3 3/7 35/64 <===== 1/8 5/8 27/64 28: Find the cost of making a cement sidewalk 81 feet long and 6 feet wide at $3.00 a square yard. $980 $1458 <===== $162 $545 29: A rectangular room is 30' long, 28' wide, and 14' high. Allowing 275 cubic feet per pupil, how many pupils should this room accommodate? 33 21 26 <===== 43 30: A house was valued at $8000 in 1936. In 1946 it was valued at $18,000. Its estimated value in 1956 is $25,000. Find the percent of increase in value from 1946 to 1956. 42.3% <===== 38.9% 35.7% 43.5% 31: Mr. Brown bought an automobile for $2400. After driving 10,500 miles, he sold it for 20% less than he p

**Answers:**1: Correct 2: Correct 3: Correct 4: 13 oz. 5: Correct 6: 176 in. 7: 2,462 sq. in 8: Correct 9: Correct 10: Correct 11: Correct 12: Correct 13: Correct 14: Correct 15: 55% 16: Correct 17: 0.8 18: Correct 19: Correct 20: Correct 21: 0.26% 22: Correct 23: Correct 24: The first man 25: Correct 26: Correct 27: Correct 28: $980 29: 43 30: 38.9% 31: This question is not complete.

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